On Friday, the official My Hero Academia manga Twitter account disclosed that there are more than 85 million copies of the manga in circulation across the world. Khei Horikoshi is the author of the comic. In January of 2022, the total number of copies of the manga in circulation around the world surpassed 65 million.
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In July 2014, Horikoshi debuted the manga series in the Japanese publication Weekly Shonen Jump. On Friday, the 37th collected book edition of the manga was sent to customers in Japan. Digital and print editions of the manga are both produced by Viz Media in the United States and Canada. Digital editions of the manga are also made available through the MANGA Plus service operated by Shueisha.
Because of Horikoshi's declining health, the manga will not be updated for the next two weeks. On Sunday, the tenth edition of this year's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine published by Shueisha was supposed to include a new chapter of the manga's story. On February 20, it will be featured again in the 12th issue of the magazine. Because of Horikoshi's health, the manga was recently put on hold for one week in the month of December.
The first season of the anime, which consisted of 13 episodes, debuted in April of 2016. The second season, which consisted of 25 episodes and debuted in April 2017, was followed by a third season that debuted in April 2018 and also included 25 episodes. The first episode of the fourth season aired in Japan in October 2019, and the season totaled a total of 25 episodes. Funimation and Crunchyroll both streamed the episodes of the original video anime for the franchise, which consisted of two episodes and was released in Japan in August of 2020. The fifth season of the show debuted in Japan in March of 2021, and it consisted of a total of 25 episodes. In June of 2022, Japan hosted the premiere of a brand-new original video anime series consisting of two episodes. The episodes can be viewed online at Crunchyroll.
The first episode of the sixth season of the anime aired on October 1. The season will consist of two continuous cours (quarters of a year), each of which will contain five episodes, for a total of 25 episodes. Crunchyroll is broadcasting both the original Japanese version of the anime as it airs as well as an English dub of the show. The anime is being broadcast on Toonami.
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